NYC Television Week has named the two venues that will house
the networking events, conferences, seminars and exhibits celebrating the TV
industry during the last week of October.
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News and Broadcasting & Cable, NYC
Television Week begins Oct. 28 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel with
a networking breakfast prior to the evening's B&C Hall of Fame gala. The inaugural NYC Television Week, which
will examine the breadth of today's TV industry -- from broadcast to cable,
satellite to Internet video and beyond -- then continues at the
Metropolitan Pavilion from Oct. 29 through Oct. 31.
"The momentum behind NYC Television Week is building at a
fantastic rate," said Louis Hillelson, vice president/publishing director of Multichannel
News and Broadcasting & Cable. "We have received a huge amount
of interest from top television thought leaders on participating in the week,
and we will be making some significant partner announcements shortly. I am
looking forward to treating the industry to a series of essential events at
these celebrated locations."
A landmark luxury hotel, the Waldorf Astoria is located in
midtown at Park Avenue. The Art Deco property occupies an entire city block and
is within walking distance of museums Fifth Avenue shops, Rockefeller Center,
Theater District, Central Park and Times Square.
The Metropolitan Pavilion, located in the Chelsea
section of Manhattan, has become one of the city's premier event spaces. Easily
accessible via subway and taxi, the Metropolitan Pavilion hosts over 100
high-profile events annually, including CE Week, the Ad Age Digital
Conference and Internet Week.
For information about sponsorship opportunities and how to
participate in NYC Television Week, contact Hillelson at 917-281-4730 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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